One problem with making fantasy-themed pictures using Poser is that GURPS has ruined me on the whole "cheesecake armor" that so many of the 3d modelers design. They'll design "armor" that isn't much more than a mail or plate-armor bikini (or other materials with swim-suit level of coverage). I'm sorry but when your "armor" has a cleavage hole and an exposed belly the person it's covering is dead. The worst part is it's virtually impossible to find something that is aesthetically pleasing and offers reasonable coverage. (Though armor isn't supposed to be aesthetically pleasing...)
Oh, and I'm also looking at YOU Blizzard, with similar cheesecake armor. Somehow the male armor covers head to toe without an inch exposed, but the female "armor" looks like something from a burlesque show. On the other hand Turbine games (Dungeons and Dragons Online and Lord of the Rings Online) does it perfectly with armor for both genders that looks like armor.
As for Skyrim... Let's not go there... Both genders would be losing limbs and spilling bowels in a fight. Oblivion's armor was MUCH better in that regard.